Fine Lines

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Page 15 of 16 15 Stretch marks are, in essence, scar tissue that contains densely packed collagen fibers. procedures. Most states view the use of lasers/light energy procedures as a medical practice. Check with your skin care therapist to see if you are a candidate for this treatment, and if it is a service they provide. If not, ask if they can refer you to someone with this training. Notes 1. Nina Bahadur, " 'Love Your Lines' Instagram Account Celebrates Stretch Marks as Beautiful, not 'Flaws,' " HuffPost, updated August 14, 2014, stretch-marks_n_5675106. 2. Vanessa Ngan, "Stretch Marks," DermNet NZ, 2003, 3. Vanessa Ngan, "Stretch Marks." 4. Bardia Amirlak, "Laser Treatment of Scars and Stria Distensae," Medscape, updated July 17, 2017, article/1120673-overview#a5. 5. Chernoff Cosmetic Surgery, "Reduce Stretch Marks with Fractionated CO2 Laser Therapy," March 14, 2016, www.drchernoff. com/reduce-stretch-marks-fractionated-co2-laser-therapy. 6. Vanessa Ngan, "Fractional Laser Treatment," DermNet NZ, updated July 2015, 7. Vanessa Ngan, "Fractional Laser Treatment."

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